Kirsten Weiss




marilyukhas quotedlast year
Stakeholder management is incredibly important in Scandinavia. The most important thing for people here is to be heard. That can work to a certain extent. But there is a limit. Getting things through the system in Scandinavia can be a very long process
marilyukhas quotedlast year
Jante’s Law about “Do not think you are anything special”. The notion of equality is woven into the social model – and Jante’s Law is integral to the mentality. Both are challenged today. And Jante’s Law does not explain a large Nordic paradox relating to equality i.e. the absence of women in top management in the most equal countries in the world
marilyukhas quotedlast year
People are not afraid of failure. People make mistakes along the way – and resolve them. This means that people dare to take chances and experiment.
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